The Future of Retirement: Redefining Work, Leisure, Money, Purpose and Success
May 2016
Moderator
Ina Jaffe, Correspondent, NPR

Speakers

Ken Dychtwald, President and CEO, Age Wave
Paul Irving, Chairman, Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging; Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Davis School of Gerontology, University of Southern California
Andrew Sieg, Managing Director and Head of Global Wealth & Retirement Solutions, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Jacqueline (Jackie) Wong, CEO, Temasek Trust; Executive Director and CEO, Temasek Management Services


Traditional dreams of retirement -- a life of leisure and a home in the desert -- are rapidly changing as a growing majority of older adults seeks lifelong work, learning, challenge and contribution. The changing culture of aging is generating exciting possibilities for individuals and opportunities for businesses and investors in the massive, growing and global longevity economy. A new era of volunteerism, philanthropy and purposeful engagement is evolving. The emerging cohort of older adults is painting a very different picture of retirement than the tired visions of an earlier generation. How will the redefinition of retirement change our lives, communities and institutions? Every one of us and our families will be affected. Join these thought leaders for a stimulating conversation about your own future.
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